Tinctures and Tunes, benefit for herbal medicine access in Vermont

An evening of herbal medicine and music to benefit Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism. Photo provided

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – On Sept. 14, from 5-9 p.m., please join us for an evening of activities to benefit the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, hosted at Wild Trails Farm in Springfield, Vt. Activities include conversations about plant medicine, and plant walks with graduates, faculty, and VCIH board members, a silent auction and a raffle with locally made items from vendors like Flora Pottery, Springfield Food Co-op, L.H. Post Ku Nye Massage Therapy, local orchardists’ consultation, a landscape analysis from Terrigenous in Chester, and much more.

To top it all off, we’ll share light fare and have swingy music and dancing on the hill. The music will be provided by the charming Emma Schneider, Arthur Davis, Anna Patton, Ethan Hazzard-Watkins, and Guillaume Sparrow Pepin of Emma and the Sweet Pea Pickers. Come have fun and help your fellow Vermonters access high quality, sliding scale herbal wellness at VCIH.

All proceeds are destined for the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and clinic, www.vtherbcenter.org.

Information on VCIH membership will be available, as will medicinal plant coloring books and cool t-shirts.

You are welcome any time after 5 p.m. to explore the many trails of Wild Trails Farm, on your own or in the company of herbalists. We’ll hear from VCIH Board Members and faculty about the school’s work over light fare around 6:30 p.m., and bidding on the silent auction is open 5-7:30 p.m., when the music starts!

RSVP or write with questions to charis.boke@gmail.com. Please carpool if possible to Wild Trails Farm, 174 Ruusunen Rd., in Springfield, Vt.

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